Anderson Silva's attention to detail has helped keep him atop the UFC.
The UFC's media blitz is for good reason: Weidman-Silva II is just one event in a ridiculous string of upcoming fight nights.
Reflecting on his friend, Chris Weidman's victory over Anderson Silva, Georges St-Pierre contemplated how no matter how great, the greatest aren't unstoppable.
The 26-year-old Brazilian may not be as well known as The Spider, but that's about to change.
LOS ANGELES – Georges St-Pierre knows something about upset losses, which is why he may be a little more forgiving than most when it comes to UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva's ...
After Chris Weidman knocked out Anderson Silva on July 6, one topic of post-fight conversation centered on how the Brazilian’s defeat had ruined potential matchups against Jon Jones and Geor...
Things certainly didn't didn't work out the way Anderson Silva hoped at UFC 162, but the resulting scenes paint "The Spider" in perhaps a more human light than ever before.
Although he believes Chris Weidman would likely win a rematch, UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre still counts Anderson Silva as the "greatest of all time."
Despite losing for the first time in the Octagon, Anderson Silva still banked a guaranteed $600,000 to Chris Weidman's show and win money total of $48,000.
The way it normally works in the fight business, the person who gets knocked out shows up at the press conference later, trying to convince the promoter, the media and the fans that he deser...